Former Gulfport Mayor Brent Warr is shown in 2011 while renovating the old Colonial Bakery building on Pass Road. The Salvation Army hopes to buy the property for a transitional living center that would house families, men and women in crisis.
Former Gulfport Mayor Brent Warr is shown in 2011 while renovating the old Colonial Bakery building on Pass Road. The Salvation Army hopes to buy the property for a transitional living center that would house families, men and women in crisis. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File
Former Gulfport Mayor Brent Warr is shown in 2011 while renovating the old Colonial Bakery building on Pass Road. The Salvation Army hopes to buy the property for a transitional living center that would house families, men and women in crisis. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File

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